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You can’t escape potatoes in some form as this is Potato Land.
By Kalyani Shankar
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
Movie Review
From Nax­a­­lism, corruption and Eme­rgency, there are too many issues Mehta dabbles in.
Movie Review
At no point can we forget that this is a Tagore tale.
10 Questions
The filmmaker on her latest movie, The Path of Zarathustra
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
chennai restaurant
A cafe that feels like home.
gossip
Dilip D’Souza's rethink about some parts of his review of Avirook Sen’s Aarushi and more churn in the publishing industry.
Outlook in retrospect.
Column
Business in bitesizes
All the chatter and goss from around the world.
Cover Story
crime
The putrid plot of Sheena’s murder illuminates, but doesn’t explain, her tawdry, ruthless mother, Indrani Mukerjea
crime
Muddy Waters Flow Through This Channel
SFIO investigates the many levels of fraud the Mukerjeas committed in NewsX
Meetu Jain
opinion
The Femme Fatale
Indrani epitomised it like no other, walking the edge of dark side
Dilip Bobb
National
politics: gujarat
The Patidar quota stir may yet spin off in dangerous directions
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Business
economy: china meltdown
Could the Chinese freefall be an opportunity for domestic industry and ‘Make in India’?
economy: china meltdown
The Sangh Likes This Meltdown
The RSS is made to overcome its China aversion by being told their loss is our gain
Prarthna Gahilote
economy: china meltdown
The Wang Arm Of The Chinese Law
All eyes are fixed on the president’s anti-corruption drive, and the man who has been tasked to do it
Pranay Sharma
jump cut
The Party’s Over
Chinese stockmarket indices have crashed by half since June, as fears of a hard landing of China’s economy have gained widespread traction.
Venky Vembu
opinion
Rice Goddess’s Wrath
China’s just an exacerbating factor, Jakarta’s ills are internal
Pallavi Aiyar
Society
hiv-aids
Most cases in this UP district are linked to young males who migrated to Mumbai to earn a living
rajasthan: hindu refugees
A lot of promises. But Hindu refugees from Pakistan still live as Nowhere People.
20 Outspoken, Outstanding, Outlier
The magazine is becoming increasingly opinionated and swinging to extreme points of view.
20 Outspoken, Outstanding, Outlier
Why I Love Outlook
The magazine has tremendous energy. It is like a spirit booster.
Rituparna Sengupta
A random sample from the British periodicals
Commemorating Madras Week and getting rid of bald spots.
Arts & Entertainment
theatre: habib tanvir’s legacy
The late Habib Tanvir’s Naya Theatre is in a rut. The new order is yet to find its feet.
cinema: thithi
Raam Reddy goes off the highway for a debut classic
Books
opinion
Green shoots of Ghalib: the irony would have pleased the poet
Review
The runaways are our fellow citizens who claw their way to the UK—all to face a harsh fate. This is their tale.
Anjana Basu on The Year Of The Runaways By Sunjeev Sahota
Review
Apart from sporadic stories, there is little that is new.
Sathya Saran on R.D. Burman: The Prince Of Music By Khagesh Dev Burman
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